Five Regions of Italy : A Grand Tour

Italy - 16 days trip with motorcycle - starting at € 4338
Observe the Della Luna Valley and its Giant's Tombs
Explore Pitigliano, perched on a cliff’s edge
Dinner inside the walls of Luca, a medieval city
16 day trip
Driving 14 day
7h per day
with guide
2500km in total
From May to May
Available Vehicle Options:
Vehicle Included
With your own vehicle
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  • From 11 May 2019 to 26 May 2019 starting at 4338€
Gerasimo - Italy - Motorcycle


Spécialiste Motorcycle


Being Italian myself, I founded my motorcycle tour travel agency in order to combine my passion for motorbiking along with my love to make discover Italy. I strongly believe that…

Located in Rimini

Five incredible regions of Italy from the mountains to the sea !

Hop on your motorcycle and get ready for a grand tour of Italy’s west coast and then onto the island gem of Sardinia. You’ll travel across the ages as you make your way from the Prehistoric settlements on Sardinia through Rome and the Middles right up until the present moment along the changing sceneries of Italy.. On this journey, you’ll be crossing five distinct regions of Italy each with their type of environment, cuisine, and local culture. It’s almost like traveling across five different countries. You’ll even get to head into Emilia- Romagna for a sight of the country that only locals normally get to see There’s more too. You’ll discover the Italian “art of hosting” where you’ll be astounded by the warm and unique hospitality here. If you are looking to truly discover the best motorcycle roads in Italy and have a truly authentic experience then this is the perfect tour for you!

Map of your Motorcycle road trip :

Day 1


Time to meet up in the great city of Rome! We’ll go grab our rental bikes and then meet up before dinner for a little briefing. This short session will be a great opportunity for us to get to know each other, learn about our itinerary and answer any questions about the trip you might have. After this, we’ll enjoy a little Italian aperitivo and head over to enjoy a delicious dinner in one of our favorite spots. There’s nothing like our guided motorcycle tours of Italy!

Day 2

Rome - Civitavecchia

We start our motorcycle tours Italy early heading out to Civitavecchia where we’ll depart for Sardinia in the evening. This fascinating area is home to the UNESCO World Heritage destination of the Villa d’Este, a beautiful gem from the Renaissance. We’ll then head along Lake Bracciano where we’ll savor a local Lazio Trattoria style lunch for some authentic flavors. We’ll discover more of Rome at one of the Etruscan necropolises then ride into the Tolfa Mountains. Then we cruise into the port and spend the night on board the ship making our way to Sardinia.

Day 3

Olbia - Alghero

215 km

Our ship pulls into Olbia nice and early and our exploration of Sardinia will begin. We’ll rev up our engines and motor over to the Catalan gem of Alghero on the other side of the island along the best motorcycle roads in Italy . During our drive, we’ll stop at the famed Giants’ Tombs and moonlike scenery inside the Valle della Luna. After dinner, we’ll enjoy a walk along the beautiful streets of the old town of Alghero, the perfect way to end the evening.

Day 4

Alghero - Guspini

215 km

Our adventure today is all about savoring Sardinia for the incredible motorcycle paradise that it is. You’ll be our hand-selected routes that combine archaeological beauty and natural splendor. It’s simply astounding making our way across the hinterlands and the marvelous seaside villages and the murals that dot the way. Best of all will be our visit to a super special UNESCO World Heritage Site home to the most important in nuraghe in the world. Never heard of nuraghe? You’ll learn all about it today.

Day 5

Guspini - Cagliari

185 km

Two of Sardinia best sites await us today on our incredible journey. We’ll begin on the magnificent riding roads that lead along the way to settlements dating to the Phoenician-Punic eras. These roads are famous as being the home to where major motorcycle manufacturers like BMW and Ducati test their bikes and film their commercials. We’ll enjoy lunch at a local style restaurant before heading to the day’s climax in the Sardinian capital of Cagliari. This unique city charms visitors with its lively Castello Quarter, salt marshes dotted with bright flamingos, beautiful beaches and exciting nightlife. It’s really a little bit of everything.

Day 6

Cagliari - Arbatax

210 km

Another amazing day on the road awaits on our guided motorcycle tours Italy. More incredible landscapes, breathtaking views and amazing twists and turns along Sardinia’s eastern coast. We’ll end in the charming town of Arbatax.

Day 7


After these days on the road on our motorcycle tours of Italy, it’s time for a little relaxation. The day’s open for you to fill as you like. Our staff is here to give you some suggestions. You can take it easy by enjoying the beach, pool, and sauna at the hotel. Or maybe you’d like to take a boat trip over to the Bue Marino Grotto and dive into one of Sardinia’s most famous coves. You can also explore the towns museums and the open-air galleries of Arbatax. The day is yours to really enjoy and get the most out of! No meals planned today; it’s all up to you to decide.

Day 8

Arbatax - Liguria

280 km

We’re nice and refreshed so not it’s time to really challenge ourselves on the road. We are headed along another classic motorcycle route towards Porto Torres o Sardinia’s northern coast. We’ll enjoy a unique lunch with the Genneragentu Plateau Shepherds before we savor another twisty road down to the harbor where we’ll catch an overnight boat to the mainland.

Day 9

Genoa - Piedmont

190 km

We’ll arrive in Genoa early and take a brief break to enjoy breakfast at a local cafe before heading towards the Ligurian Alps to enjoy the scenic views of the entire region. We’ll continue our journey along the Alpine Ridges outside Piedmont. This will begin an amazing circuit that winds through the UNESCO World Heritage vineyard sites of Langhe and Roero along with medieval villages like Barolo and Monforte d’Alba stopping to taste from the incredible wine cellars. We’ll savor Piedmont style cuisine for lunch before ending the days near Langhe.

Day 10

Piedmont - Monterosso

160 km

We leave enchanting Piedmont on our motorcycle tours Italy, roaring away to explore the stunning Ligurian Riviera. A stop in Portofino, the heart of Italian dolce vita, is de rigueur, then we take in another beautiful stretch of coastline – the Cinque Terre National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its cute coloring-book houses, provides the backdrop for a seaside lunch before we roll into our hotel in the heart of the park.

Day 11

Monterosso al Mar - Lucca

220 km

For the rest of the journey, we are headed south on the best motorcycle roads in Italy. Through the Apuan Alps and Carrara, we’ll make our way towards Tuscany and view the home of the world-famous marble that cast some of the most famous statues in history. We’ll then wind into Garfagnana into the delightful city of Luzza. We’ll enjoy a traditional lunch in the mountains while dinner is yours to select inside the magical walls of the Medieval city of Luca.

Day 12

Lucca - Florence

220 km

Today’s stretch features three UNESCO World Heritage sites for you to enjoy! We begin by heading over to the town Pisa then to the Piazza dei Miracoli, home to the famous Leaning Tower and a magnificent cathedral and more. We’ll then travel back in time to the Middle-Ages as we explore San Gimignano before we wind through the Tuscan hills into the stunning Florence.

Day 13


It’s time to enjoy another rest day and there’s no better place to do that than Florence. Once again, the day is up to you but we have plenty of great options. You can sightsee in the city or head over to Siena which is a lovely train ride. You can also take a tasting tour in Chianti to savor fine wine and cheeses. You could also take a Tuscan-style cooking classes. The day is up to you to enjoy!

Day 14

Florence - Bagni San Filippo

220 km

Another amazing day on the road awaits you. We’re going to zoom through the beautiful wooded and vineyard hills of the Chianti valley heading through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Siena. As we make our way through the scenes straight from a postcard, you’ll see so much from medieval towns like Pienza and Val D’orcia, both UNESCO sites. We’ll end the day in the heart of Italy’s wine country in Montepulciano in the town of Bagni San Filippo.

Day 15

Bagni San Filippo - Rome Florence

230 km

Our final day on the road of guided motorcycle tours Italy is going to give us a little taste of everything that has made this exploration of northwest Italy so special. We’ll enjoy more beautiful roads the mountains, explore the village of Pitigliano which sits perched on a cliff’s edge, head through the city of Orvieto and even more. Then, we’ll return to where it all started and hand back the keys to our amazing bikes which took us so far. We’ll savor a meal in the capital as a toast to end our amazing journey together.

Day 16

Rome Farewell

We’ve had a little taste of everything on this incredible adventure. After breakfast, we’ll say goodbye. If you’re looking to continue your stay in Italy, we can help you plan everything. Who knows, you might even be ready to motorcycle even more of the country.

For this trip, your vehicle is: a Harley Davidson, a Kawasaki, a BMW, a Ducati, a Agusta or a Guzzi motorcycle.

To drive this vehicle you need : inf. 125cc motobike licence.

Price for this road trip starts at 4338€ for each rider .

This price is intended by person and for a pair of a pilot and a pillion.


4 820 € : Price for 1 rider in shared double room
3 856 € : Price for 1 pillion in shared double room
723 € : Supplement per rider for the option single room

The above prices refer to a minimum of 3 motorcycles (or bike teams) enrolled by departure time. In case only 1 or 2 bike teams should have enrolled on a tour, then booking is not binding and participants will autonomously decide whether they confirm their participation against payment of a supplement, or they renounce free of charge, in which case all sums already paid are refunded.


The price includes :

  • To ensure the utmost attention to each traveler as well as the safety of the group this tour is available only guided. Specifically, the personnel traveling with the group is : with 1 to 4 bikes:
  • Tour leader on his own motorcycle who opens the motorcycle line with 5 to 6 bikes
  • Luggage van with chauffeur with 7 to 12 bikes:
  • Tour leader on his own motorcycle who opens the motorcycle line rearguard steward on his own motorcycle who brings up the rear luggage van with chauffeur
  • All of our staff speaks English.
  • Other services included: registration fee, branded t-shirt, pictures of the tour, assistance, medical and luggage insurance that covers both rider and passenger for all medical expenses in Italy and repatriation assistance costs in case of accident or illness during the tour and luggage theft or loss
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Typical Italian welcome aperitif
  • 11 nights en-suite accommodation and buffet breakfast in hand-picked, classy and charming first class hotels
  • 7 super dinners in hotel or external restaurant within walking distance (drinks excluded)
  • 4 super lunches in local style restaurants
  • Luggage van (with possibility of transport for 2 passengers) if the final number of participants is 5 bikes or more


The price doesn’t include :

  • Rental motorcycle – (available on request)
  • Lunches and dinners unless specifically mentioned and drinks at meals except water
  • Extras in hotels, room upgrade or suite accommodation
  • Fuel
  • Any parking fees while touring
  • Entrance tickets for monuments/museums/natural sites, etc
  • Transfer to the hotel upon arrival and from the hotel when departing and arriving
  • Anything not specified as “included”

From 11 May 2019 to 26 May 2019


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